The Laws of Texas, 1921 [Volume 21] Page: 83 of 1,670
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GENERAL LAWS. 75
amount authorized to be exceeded, and he shall make a monthly
report of same to the Board of Control of said institution, and said
Board of Control shall be charged with the duty of seeing that no
account for such provisions exceeds the amount allowed therefor.
The appropriations herein provided for are to be construed as the
maximum sums to be appropriated to and for the several purposes
named herein, and no expenditures shall be made, nor shall any obligations
be incurred, which, added to the actual expenditures, will
exceed the amount herein appropriated for either of said purposes.
That if any work be not done or the place not filled by the appointment
of a person for whom a salary is herein fixed, then such salary
shall lapse and be returned to or left in the State Treasury; and provided
further; that no person for whom any salary is herein fixed shall
be allowed to draw more than the amount of such salary from any other
salary or amount herein fixed or from any State fund or funds under
the control of the governing authority of such particular institution;
and provided further, that if any amount herein fixed for any particular
purpose be not used for such purpose in whole or in part the
unused portion of such fixed amount shall be returned to er left in
the State Treasury.
STATE PASTEUR INSTITUTE.
For the years ending
Aug. 31, 1922 Aug. 31, 1923
Physician, provided he shall receive provisions
for himself and family not to
exceed in value $500 per annum, with
fuel, light, water, laundry, and housinm
.............................$ 2,500.00 $ 2,500.00
Assistant physician .................. 2,000.00 2,000.00
Attendant .......................... 600.00 600.00
Support and maintenance ............ 1,200.00 1,200.00
To purchase microscope and accessories 500.00
Total ..........................$ 6,800.00 $ 6,300.00
All salaries to be paid in twelve equal monthly installments, except
as otherwise provided herein.
Provided, that the superintendent of the State Lunatic Asylum shall
require all patients of the State Pasteur Institute to pay a uniform
charge for treatment at the Pasteur Institute unless such patients
or some person for them is acquainted with the financial condition
of such patient or patients, shall file with the Superintendent of the
State Lunatic Asylum an affidavit in form prescribed by him that
the patient, or its parents, is not able to pay the charge provided
for treatment in said Institute, in which case the patient shall receive
free treatment: and provided that all such fees shall be paid into
the State Treasury, to the credit of the General Revenue.
When, under this bill the family of any superintendent, officer,
or employee, of said institution, is permitted to live at said institution,
and furnished with board, fuel, light, laundry, water and hous-
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